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login as: root
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I also tried
[root@localhost jon_k]# ssh 192.168.0.2 -l root
ssh: connect to host 192.168.0.2 port 22: Connection refused
192.168.0.2 is the box of my windows machine for which I desire to be able to log in to the linbox through root.
I know it's blindly insecure to do this, but as it being on a local home network isolated behind a firewall, I don't see this as an issue.
What do you think would prevent it from allowing remote logins? I'm sure it's some /etc/something or some file like that that needs 1 line edited. I know it wouldn't be some bizzare problem because by default it let me log in as root, then i secured it -- then I forgot how to "unsecure it"
Distribution: Fedora, Cent os, RHEL, Ubuntu Server
not able to remote login via ssh. permisson denied
iam not able remote login , while yesterday i was able to login . when i do ssh my machine from other machine he asked for passord . after that it give erroe permisson denied . but i was able same password yesterday.. same issue was yesterday .
when i install fresh cent os 5.5 . after it work well till night. but next day morning . we are not able to remoe login .